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Physicists don’t usually deal with objects of different sizes at the same time.
HOW MATHEMATICAL ‘HOCUS-POCUS’ SAVED PARTICLE PHYSICSCHARLIE WOODSEPTEMBER 17, 2020QUANTA MAGAZINE
Powerful gusts not only blow objects around, they also churn up massive waves called storm surges.
SOGGY COASTAL SOILS? HERE’S WHY ECOLOGISTS LOVE THEMALISON PEARCE STEVENSSEPTEMBER 17, 2020SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
When you only look at things close-up, your eyes don’t get practice focusing on distant objects.
HEALTHY SCREEN TIME IS ONE CHALLENGE OF DISTANCE LEARNINGKATHRYN HULICKSEPTEMBER 11, 2020SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
GPT-3’s word embeddings are not perceptually grounded in the world, which explains why it often struggles to consistently answer common-sense questions about visual and physical features of familiar objects.
WELCOME TO THE NEXT LEVEL OF BULLSHIT - ISSUE 89: THE DARK SIDERAPHAËL MILLIÈRESEPTEMBER 9, 2020NAUTILUS
It’s not yet clear what this object is and what its purpose might be.
CHINA SAYS IT HAS LAUNCHED AND LANDED A REUSABLE SPACECRAFTNEEL PATELSEPTEMBER 8, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
The orbits of some asteroids and meteoroids bring these objects close to Earth.
SCIENTISTS SAY: ASTEROID, METEOR AND METEORITEBETHANY BROOKSHIRESEPTEMBER 7, 2020SCIENCE NEWS FOR STUDENTS
In general, just about any accelerating massive object can produce the spacetime ripples known as gravitational waves, but most are too tiny to detect.
READERS ASK ABOUT NEUTRINOS IN THE SUN’S CORE, MEGAFLASHES AND MUSSELSSCIENCE NEWS STAFFSEPTEMBER 6, 2020SCIENCE NEWS
It is a simpler, steadier form of turbulence, uncorrupted by surrounding flows, surfaces and objects — a turbulence researcher’s plaything, posing for all the high-horsepower imaging that Irvine and Matsuzawa care to do.
AN UNEXPECTED TWIST LIGHTS UP THE SECRETS OF TURBULENCEDAVID H. FREEDMANSEPTEMBER 3, 2020QUANTA MAGAZINE
In law or in medicine, research has a practical object, often with money attached.
WHY MATHEMATICIANS SHOULD STOP NAMING THINGS AFTER EACH OTHER - ISSUE 89: THE DARK SIDELAURA BALLSEPTEMBER 2, 2020NAUTILUS
This essentially means “seen as the same by all other objects in the higher category.”
CONDUCTING THE MATHEMATICAL ORCHESTRA FROM THE MIDDLERACHEL CROWELLSEPTEMBER 2, 2020QUANTA MAGAZINE

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